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Crystal Kay Sinn and Daniel Dean Siebert were united in marriage on August 11, 2012  at Brush Creek Pavilion in Eagle, Colorado. Bridal attendants were Brandi Crubel and Janel Koons, both sisters of the bride and Jackie Wilson, friend of the bride.  Best man was Mike Siebert, brother of the groom.  Groomsmen were Bob Lawson and Bret Ford, friends of the groom.Pastor JD Koons, brother in-law of the couple officiated the marriage ceremony.    Keylee Cribari, daughter of Leah and Jack Cribari, neighbor and friends of the couple, served as flower girl.  Ushers were Tim Drescher and Jayson Hauser, friends of the couple.A Kansas reception was held at the Riley Presbyterian Church on Sept. 8.After a honeymoon trip to Costa Rica, the Sieberts will be at home in Edwards, Colorado where Dan is employed by Eagle River Water and Sanitation District and is a master’s degree student in environmental policy and management at the University of Denver and Crystal is employed at Vail Cascade Resort.  Both Sieberts earned their bachelor’s degrees in biology from Kansas State University where they met.

Crystal Kay Sinn and Daniel Dean Siebert were united in marriage on August 11, 2012 at Brush Creek Pavilion in Eagle, Colorado. Bridal attendants were Brandi Crubel and Janel Koons, both sisters of the bride and Jackie Wilson, friend of the bride. Best man was Mike Siebert, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Bob Lawson and Bret Ford, friends of the groom.Pastor JD Koons, brother in-law of the couple officiated the marriage ceremony. Keylee Cribari, daughter of Leah and Jack Cribari, neighbor and friends of the couple, served as flower girl. Ushers were Tim Drescher and Jayson Hauser, friends of the couple.A Kansas reception was held at the Riley Presbyterian Church on Sept. 8.After a honeymoon trip to Costa Rica, the Sieberts will be at home in Edwards, Colorado where Dan is employed by Eagle River Water and Sanitation District and is a master’s degree student in environmental policy and management at the University of Denver and Crystal is employed at Vail Cascade Resort. Both Sieberts earned their bachelor’s degrees in biology from Kansas State University where they met.

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The local Haagen-Dazs location in Lionshead is celebrating the ice cream cone’s birthday. Sunday, the local shop will be giving away a free scoop of ice cream to anyone and everyone who comes between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. While this weekend marks the 109th birthday of America’s beloved dessert cone, it is also a celebration of the local Haagen-Dazs owner, Ric Almas, being in business in Vail for more than 25 years.Haagen-Dazs shop is located at The Arrabelle at Vail Square, 675 Lionshead Place, Vail.

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